Website Vulnerability Assessment
What is a Website Vulnerability Assessment?
A Website Vulnerability Assessment tests your IT system configuration using the same techniques hackers use to ensure your company is not open to cyber attacks.
How does a Website Vulnerability Assessment work?
A Website Vulnerability Assessment assesses your website and web services through a comprehensive overview of the weaknesses and vulnerabilities within your website/web application.
We follow an industry-standard testing methodology that evaluates your website against the top 10 most common attacks (OWASP Testing Methodology).
The investigation is conducted by a team of our knowledgeable Cyber Security Consultants, who will use information-gathering techniques and website scanning, in combination with thorough manual testing to assess your vulnerabilities. These include; Cross Site Scripting Attacks, Privilege Escalation, File Upload Attacks and Input Validation.
From an initial scoping call, we then plan and execute a comprehensive multiple-day test, before documenting and reporting all our findings. These are then explained in a report that can be reviewed with your business.
Our report describes in plain language, what each weakness means to your business and the risks associated with each. In addition, the report includes what to do next and guidance on how to fix those weaknesses within your business.
What are the benefits to your business?
With a Website Vulnerability Assessment, you want to identify any vulnerabilities before cyber criminals do.
Conducting a regular vulnerability scan will help you determine the effectiveness of any current security measures.
Performing a Website Vulnerability Assessment before launching a new website will reduce the risk of potential problems when you go live.
Vulnerability scanning mitigates the risks of a cyber attack, which will come with a range of costs, including reputational damage and financial penalties.
Whilst a Vulnerability Assessment is not explicitly required by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), it does require organisations that process personal data to ensure that they have implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures, including identifying vulnerabilities.
Raise your staff's awareness of phishing emails and guard your business against the growing trend of social-engineering threats.
By training your employees on what a phishing attack looks like, they are more likely to identify and report scams.
Our training package is designed and delivered by cyber experts giving you access to the most up-to-date information in an ever-changing cyber landscape.
Security Awareness Training mitigates the risk of your staff being scammed by cyber attackers.
A Cyber Risk Exposure Assessment comprehensively evaluates your organisation's cyber security posture.
Our primary goal is identifying and quantifying potential cyber risks and vulnerabilities that could threaten your organisation's information systems, data and operations.